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fluoride content in carbonate and its incorporating process were investigated for natural and inorganic calcium carbonate. Carpenter (1969) measured the fluoride content in marine carbonates such as corals, foraminifera and coccoliths, and found that coral aragonite has a higher concentration than calcite skeletons (foraminifera and coccoliths). Kitano and Okumura (1973) performed carbonate synthesis experiments using a Ca 2+ -HCO 3 --Mg 2+ -Fsolution and found that the amount of fluoridedoi:10.2343/geochemj.1.0079 fatcat:hxlprfmsr5f77btco2nla2l2ca